There’s nothing more inviting than a coffee station to tempt you.
For interior designer Lisa Walters, one of her favourite spots in the kitchen is a coffee station space. “This is my go-to place where I can find everything I need for making the perfect cup of coffee,” says Lisa.
“When creating a coffee station space, it’s best to have everything on a tray. Ideally, this should be placed next to the kettle or coffee station, and styling should be simple and beautiful to create interest – and convenience – especially as this is a very well used area in my own home, and I’m sure yours.
“I like to play with different textures to create visual interest and impact. In this look, I started with this beautiful rattan and bamboo tray as the grounding. Next, I placed two very on-trend ceramic “face” tea and coffee canisters, gold teaspoons in a shallow wooden bowl, then for softness and my personal weakness, added some flowers on and beside the tray.
“I love the inky blues that are out at the moment, and these ceramic mugs and small candle add a pop of moody colour which I thought was perfect to introduce. When you get tired of them, simply swop them out to change the look completely.
“I honestly feel that beautifully styled areas are so easy to achieve today – especially with the choice of decor items locally available – and hopefully this look has inspired you to create beautiful spaces in your home to enjoy and uplift you,” says Lisa.
Find my style:
Rattan tray, H & M Home; Ceramic “face” canisters in black, Mr Price Home; Navy ceramic mugs, H & M Home; Gold teaspoons, H & M Home; Small wooden bowl, H & M Home; Glass votive with gold rim (with flower), H & M Home; Ribbed ceramic vessel (with lillies), Poetry; Candle, H & M Home; Dish towels, Ruby Orchard.